WTS Books has great deals on TGC’s The New City Catechism: 52 Questions and Answers for Hearts and Minds ($6) and the devotional based on it ($11).
Beware of Broken Wolves by Joe Carter. Important for church leaders!
Celebrating Easter Through Brokenness. By Sarah Walton. Yes, it’s past Easter. But this is still so worth reading.
Cross-Referencing Wisely. A helpful word for preachers by my friend Lucas O’Neill.
How Stephen Baldwin’s Thief on the Cross Reached Millions. I love this story because it started at Unlocking the Bible (a ministry I served with) and took place at my church, The Orchard, in suburban Chicago.
Quick: Tell Me About George Washington, but Use No Eyewitnesses or Sources Who Relied on Eyewitnesses. Erick Erickson goes in on faulty logic for skeptics to Christianity.
Reflections on Rapid Bible Reading. My friend Peter Krol shares feedback from his 90-day Bible reading challenge. A couple of highlights:
I was pleasantly surprised to find how much more enjoyable I found reading larger chunks of Scripture as opposed to the choppiness of reading smaller sections. It was also nice not to get bogged down in the typical sections but to sprint through them as part of their larger story.
Though I have been a believer for years, I have never successfully finished a cover to cover reading plan. I learned in this challenge that a short term goal is easier for me to attain. I found that consuming large portions of Scripture increased my understanding and led to wonderful discussions with my husband. This Bible reading challenge was life changing.
Single Black Women in Evangelical White Space by Jasmine Holmes. A sad take on something many don’t realize. I, as a white evangelical in a predominantly white evangelical space, needed this.
This (↔) is about that (↕): A helpful video on Marriage (HT)
Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace. A fairly balanced take on a sometimes controversial subject. I (a millennial) approve this message.